President of France, Emmanuel Macron has won the just concluded country’s presidential election over rival, Marine Le Pen.

Macron who won with a huge margin had 58.55% to 41.45%, giving him an opportunity to be France’s president for five more years.

After his win, he has assured supporters at the foot of the Eiffel Tower that now he would be a “president for all”.

The win for Macron has made him the first sitting president in the country in 20 years to be re-elected.

The loss for 53-year-old rival, Ms Le Pen, was more of an encouragement in her career, tagging it a victory.

In the views of Eric Zemmour, another rival, she had ultimately failed, just like her father who preceded her: “It’s the eighth time the Le Pen name has been hit by defeat.”

Going memory lane, Marine Le Pen took over the party founded by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen in 2011 in a bid to make it electable.

In reaction to his victory, Mr Macron while making his speech said, “An answer must be found to the anger and disagreements that led many of our compatriots to vote for the extreme right,”  “It will be my responsibility and that of those around me.”